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BYU Ballet Showcase Dancers Will Perform in Provo, Utah

S. F. Mori

They have shows at BYU on November 11 and 12, 2022
Brigham Young University(Image is author's)

The second tier ballet dance group at Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah, is Ballet Showcase after Theatre Ballet. Ballet Showcase students will be featured at performances of classical and contemporary ballet on the BYU campus on Friday and Saturday, November 12 and 13, 2022. The evening performances are at 7:30 pm in the Dance Studio Theatre of the Richards Building. There will also be a Saturday matinee performance held at 2:00 pm.

Theatre Ballet student dancers will also perform in the show.

Tickets are reasonably priced at under $10. They may be purchased at the Fine Arts Ticket Office (801-378-4322) and at the door if available.
BYU Department of Dance(Image is author's)

Enjoy an evening of classical and modern ballet, with an enchanting end as dancers enter Sherwood forest to perform in “Robyn Hood.“ We wanted to show strength in its many dimensions,” said Hilary Wolfley, director of the showcase and co-creator of “Robyn Hood.” This will be the first time this original work will be seen by audiences. [From the website]

The original ballet was created in collaboration among students and faculty from the College of Fine Arts and Communications. There will also be dances which include excerpts from Swan Lake Act II.

The dance program at BYU and the performing arts program are outstanding and very popular. They put on wonderful shows for the students, faculty, families, and the public. This is a chance to experience student performers who do a professional job. The ballet shows promise to provide wonderful entertainment.

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